Category: Culture

Victor Davis Hanson: The Strange Pandemic Of ‘White’ Disparagement

One of the tenets of the early civil rights movement some 65 years ago was ending racial stereotyping. When Martin Luther King, Jr. called for emphasizing the “content of our character” over “the color of our skin,” the subtext was “stop judging people as a faceless collective on the basis of their superficial appearance and instead look to them as individuals with unique characters.”

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Commentary: The Decline And Fall Of The American Empire

A cursory examination of history reveals that the United States is mired in the same process that precipitated the collapse of the great empires of the past.  The foibles and failures of human nature and their impact on the rise and fall of empires is amazingly consistent and the end result always inevitable.  Can this nation avoid a similar fate?

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